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2024 Summer Intern - San Diego Law Intern
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Karen D. Wood & Associates, Claims Litigation Counsel for State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company in San Diego, California, is hiring a 2024 Summer Law Intern who will have exposure to litigation and trial practice. The internship strives to provide a balanced and realistic understanding of the function of Claims Litigation Counsel, as well as exposure to real-world civil litigation services being provided. The selected individual will have the opportunity to work one-on-one with attorneys on assigned projects, observe phases of litigation, and will have a designated mentor throughout the internship. This full-time internship is scheduled from 5/20/2024-8/2/2024 and pays $30/hr. We enjoy an active, busy civil trial practice. We provide a congenial, team-oriented, professional work environment with skilled support staff.
The following must be attached to candidate's application at the time of submission (please attach the following as one combined single document and upload during the application process):
- Must be currently enrolled as a 2L student in an ABA accredited law school and must remain enrolled as a student for the duration of the internship
- 2L students in the top half of their class
- Strong research skills
- Strong written and verbal communication skills
- Applicants are required to be eligible to lawfully work in the U.S. immediately; employer will not sponsor applicants for U.S. work opportunity.
- Transcript (unofficial copy accepted)
- Writing Sample (no more than 5 pages long)